Twitter Bans Users Based on Agreements with China and Other Foreign Governments

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Conrado Miranda, a former senior software engineer for Twitter, says that Twitter acts in accordance with Terms-of-Service agreements with foreign governments – notably China – and routinely bans users at their request. He also revealed that China often will hack Twitter if it fails to comply with the request. -GEG

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe released a brand new video exposing Twitter’s practice of banning users due to pressure from foreign governments.

 On January 1st, Conrado Miranda, a former senior software engineer at Twitter admitted to Project Veritas that the social media giant routinely bars users at the behest of the Chinese government. 

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Ed
1 year ago

Patton stated, at the end of WWll, “We a going to have to fight China, sooner or later.” There, my “good” politicians, is your reward for ‘kicking the can down the road.’